“Rome was not built in a day.” Have you heard this before? It’s a famous English proverb. Proverbs are phrases and sentences that have deep meanings. In my example, it means that it takes a lot of time, effort, and patience to be good at something. It is true for sports, arts, and even English. It takes years of practice to be good at English. It’s challenging, but I believe you can. Just practice little by little every day. There are many other English proverbs. Here is another one: “The pen is mightier than the sword.” Can you guess its meaning?